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Rome mayor Virginia Raggi is cracking down on some seriously bad behavior in Italy’s capital by issuing a few new rules and regulations,... Read More

Restorers have brought Rome's largest catacombs back from the brink using laser technology, and they are expected to open areas of the tombs to the... Read More

For those looking to explore the historic city of Rome, Norwegian Air is offering new routes from three U.S. cities, with one-way flights starting at ... Read More

This story originally appeared on FoodandWine.com. Over the past 17 years, Anthony Bourdain has traveled to over 50 different countries while filming... Read More

This story originally appeared on People.com.Anthony Bourdain just made his relationship with Italian actress Asia Argento Instagram official... Read More

Get ready to spend the summer abroad. There are flights to major cities all across Europe on sale for as little as $304 round-trip.Scott’s Cheap... Read More

A new timelapse and hyperlapse video from Ukrainian photographer Kirill Neiezhmakov takes you on an incredible walking tour through Rome.In... Read More

Knowing the local hotspots in a destination you’re visiting can help you fill your itinerary with authentic finds and hidden gems.TripAdvisor has just... Read More

Exuding history and romance, Rome's majestic Trevi Fountain is a spectacle in its own right.But while tossing a coin and snapping a photo... Read More

Police in Rome have ticketed yet another tourist for vandalizing the Colosseum.In this most recent incident, an Ecuadorian visitor to the nearly 2,000... Read More

The famed Basílica de la Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain, has just broken a new record, becoming the first attraction in the world to get more than... Read More

Knowing when to book a hotel can make all the difference when it comes to the price you pay.For those planning to take a summer getaway this year,... Read More

For travelers who have procrastinated booking their summer vacations, it might be time to consider Europe.The cost of round-trip flights to Europe for... Read More

Airfare to Europe is on sale again, with flights overseas costing as little as $333 round-trip. The Oneworld alliance sale, noted by the Airfare Spot,... Read More

To find the world’s smallest city, you’ll need to look for the world’s smallest country as well. You can find them both—Vatican City is in fact a... Read More

Rome’s Colosseum, originally named the Flavian Amphitheater because it was constructed by emperors of the Flavian dynasty, was completed in 82 A.D. and... Read More

Instead of purchasing a token souvenir or snapping a picture, one tourist to Rome's Colosseum decided to leave her own mark on the ancient Roman... Read More

Rome, Italy is undeniably a city steeped in history, with one foot in its ancient past and the other in the modern day. From the Colosseum to the Forum,... Read More

What if I told you that the smallest country in the world was actually located inside another country? That’s right; Vatican City is .44 km² and is... Read More

A tourist who snatched a cobblestone from Rome’s streets while on vacation returned the souvenir to a restaurant in the city’s historic center, along... Read More

A McDonald's franchise opened outside the walls of the Vatican in Rome last week, despite pleas from religious leaders and locals alike.First announced... Read More

Although the beauty of Italy’s capital may be eternal, it’s possible to capture that beauty in a short video.The French travel blogger and filmmaker... Read More

Every holiday season, cities around the world put up towering Christmas trees to illuminate their plazas, line main streets with festive lights, and... Read More

Some cities are made for cinema: New York, Paris and—as seen in the season finale of “Parts Unknown”—Rome. “Is it possible to look at Rome in a... Read More

As early as January 2017, travelers can fly from a number of major U.S. cities to destinations across Europe. The SkyTeam ticket sale, identified this... Read More

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